Babokan is a ramp of a foreign building complex located at the foot of Hanguan Mountain. Why is it famous? Apart from the beautiful houses on the street, Babokan stretches from top to bottom to the seaside, and can take pictures of the blue sea at the same time. It is especially beautiful. In winter, there are not many people here. Eight sows in the snow are very beautiful. It is a place where photos can be taken. For those who like to take photos, petty bourgeoisie are highly recommended. Although I don't think it's a must-see scenic spot, if I have a day's trip in Hanguan, it's a good choice to walk along Haiwang Hanguan Mountain from Jinsen Warehouse, then walk around the building in the opposite direction of the sea, and finally go to the top of the cable car to see the night scene.
The night scenery of Hanguan Mountain varies from season to season. In autumn, the wind is warm and sunny, and the air is fresh. It can be seen from far away. The night scene of Hanguan Mountain is real, and the snow-covered Hanguan Mountain is invisible and white.
It's the largest Shinto shrine in the Hakodate. Architecture is also more elegant. Fortunately, you can encounter the ritual of raising gods. The scenery is beautiful. There are hills and trees. But there are not many tourists. Perhaps too many Japanese shrines have become aesthetically fatigued.
Hidden in a mountain forest, facing the sea, the scenery is beautiful.
It is connected to the sea and has beautiful scenery, so it often appears in TV plays and movies, and therefore attracts many tourists.
It's a quiet and tranquil old shrine, and there are many local people who come to pray every New Year.